Griswoldville Pike

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I have always found Pikes and battle Lances fascinating. Verbal provenance is that this Confederate Cloverleaf PIke Head was recovered out of Griswoldville GA.

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Joined
Oct 14, 2015
Location
NJ
Here's one which survived without breaking off of the 6 foot oak pole. The original length of the iron head was around 15 1/2 inches and had 4 rivets through the wood. The blade is very crudely made with very little finishing work. This one has no marks.
That’s amazing! Thanks for posting pictures of one with the pole intact!
 
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I have always found Pikes and battle Lances fascinating. Verbal provenance is that this Confederate Cloverleaf PIke Head was recovered out of Griswoldville GA.

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Hey! Exceptional piece. Ever consider selling? I recently bought the 19 acres on land outside of Macon Ga where the town of Griswoldville once stood. It's right next to the old pistol factory. I am a HUGE Griswoldville collector. Let me know!
 
Joined
Oct 14, 2015
Location
NJ
Hey! Exceptional piece. Ever consider selling? I recently bought the 19 acres on land outside of Macon Ga where the town of Griswoldville once stood. It's right next to the old pistol factory. I am a HUGE Griswoldville collector. Let me know!
Never really thought about selling. I really like it but I might consider a trade for something related to the western theater?
 

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